At the very peak of the Eiffel Tower lived a very courageous woman named Allyssandro. Everyday from her beginning she sat at the top of the tower and saved people when they leaned to far over the edges. When they were falling to their death she would swoop down from the top, holding on to nothing but a small rope. As she swung down to save the lives of the curious lookers, who leaned to far over the side of the Eiffel Tower, she would grab then and lay them on the ground safely. Everyday this was her job and she took great pride in it. As soon as she would set the people down safely on the ground she then pushed a button and the rope contracted and she would soar back to the top of the tower. Until one-day Belias an enormous, hairy, and heartless creature came to visit Allyssandro.
Belias was the size of a four door pickup truck, and little Allyssandro just an averaged sized woman. Allyssandro would stand no chance against him in his furry. As Belias marched up to the tower and yelled up at Allyssandro, “COME DOWN HERE AT ONCE!” When Allyssandro did not come down from the peak of the tower Belias decided he would climb up. As the enormous creature climbed up large pieces of metal began to crumble under his weight. Allyssandro became quite frightened at this point for she did not know why Belias was so angry. She had only heard of Belias but never saw him. All she knew was that he was big, mean hairy and scary, and now he was after her!
Belias was getting closer and closer to Allyssandro and everytime someone was in his way he would grab them and toss them off the side of the tower like a pencil falling to the floor. Allyssandro wouldn't stand for this she swooped down from the top to save all of the innocent people that had to suffer the wrath of Belias. She managed to save all but one of them a small boy enjoying vacation with him family. He was severly hurt and Allyssandro didn't know if he would ever walk again. She had failed at her job.